In the works WB #6 to WB #8 Kramer uses a 3D construction drawing of a cushion to mill the polystyrene mold. She can put dents or bumps on the mold, just as if someone sat on it and uses a special glaze for the surface, which, when charged by light or heat, emits fluorescent light for four hours. This visually transforms the heavy ceramic works into transparent, almost extraterrestrial, spongy forms. They radiate energy – literally and figuratively – and therefore heat.Posted by
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